I received a Del Monte prize pack for review as well as the opportunity to host this giveaway. No other incentive was provided and opinions are my own.
We are about a month into the new school year now and already the pressure of planning nutritious and exciting school lunches and snacks is beginning to loom over even the most organized of parents. There are countless tips and ideas out there detailing how to change up the typical school lunch, but there are only so many hours in the day. If you’re not able to pack last night’s dinner leftovers for this afternoon’s lunch, it’s convenient and logical to revert back to the school lunch basics we are all familiar with.
The sandwich bagged lunch is something we all grew up with. It’s classic and timeless, and it doesn’t have to be boring. The sandwich, while the main part of a lunch, is just that — a part. It’s the supporting contents of a lunchbox that come together to create a complete and balanced lunch.
Del Monte is committed to serving up garden quality fruit, vegetable, and tomato products that help make meals shine bright. With the newest kid’s snack in the Del Monte lineup, parents can easily add a little more inspiration to the traditional bagged lunch while you can rest assured that it is delicious and truly balanced.
Del Monte Fruit Burst™ Squeezers are a new fruit- and veggie-packed pouch snack that, if your family is anything like mine, will disappear quickly. Made in the USA, Fruit Burst™ Squeezers contain one and a half servings of fruit or fruit and vegetables and are an excellent source of vitamins A and C. Much to my delight, and I’m sure yours as well, they contain no artificial flavors or high fructose corn syrup, which I have long been doing my best to completely eliminate from our daily diets.
Fruit + Veggie Varieties:
- Peach-Mango: Pear puree concentrate, water, pumpkin juice concentrate, peach puree concentrate, pear juice concentrate, carrot juice concentrate, carrot puree, mango puree concentrate, natural flavors, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), citric acid.
- Blueberry: Pear puree concentrate, water, pumpkin juice concentrate, pear juice concentrate, natural flavors, carrot puree, blueberry puree concentrate, fruit and vegetable extracts for color, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), citric acid.
Simply Fruit Varities:
- Apple Cinnamon: Pear puree concentrate, water, apple puree concentrate, pear juice concentrate, natural flavors, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), cinnamon, malic acid.
- Mixed Berry: Pear puree concentrate, water, pear juice concentrate, natural flavors, strawberry puree, red raspberry puree concentrate, blueberry puree concentrate, fruit and vegetable extracts for color, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), malic acid.
- Strawberry: Pear puree concentrate, water, pear juice concentrate, strawberry puree concentrate, natural flavors, carmine, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), malic acid.
Del Monte Fruit Burst™ Squeezers Prize Pack Giveaway
We have really enjoyed Del Monte Fruit Burst™ Squeezers and are thrilled to be able to give one of you (and your kids) the chance to give them a try.
One lucky reader will win a Del Monte Fruit Burst™ Squeezers prize pack: 2 boxes of Fruit Burst™ Squeezers (one Fruit + Veggies 4-pack and one Simply Fruit 4-pack), Del Monte lunchbox, orange-shaped eco-friendly tote, strawberry-shaped eco-friendly tote, and a Del Monte magnetic picture frame.
This giveaway is open to US entrants ages 18+ and will end October 9.
28 thoughts on “Get School Lunch Inspired with Del Monte Fruit Burst™ Squeezers — Del Monte Prize Pack Giveaway [Closed]”
I usually pack a sandwich (peanut butter and honey or jelly) and apple or grapes, chips and either cookies or fruit snacks or roll-up, and 100% Juice Box. My son is autistic and is an extremely picky eater, especially textures. So anyway to get him to eat healthy Im all for! Thanks for the great contest! Good Luck Everyone!?
They buy lunch at school
Lunch is usually a sandwich, fruit, something crunchy and a pudding or jello. The kind and flavors vary from day to day.
they usually buy the school lunches.
Hubby packs his lunch includes fruit, sandwich and a sweet of some sort.
Turkey sandwich and an apple!
This would be for my granddaughters who purchase their lunches at school.
My kids eat school lunch.
Bananas, apples, blueberries, strawberries, turkey sandwiches, ham sandwiches, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. i make it all!!
a sanwich, gogurt, applesauce, and maybe a fruit cup
I usually pack a roast beef and cheese sandwich, applesauce, chips or crackers, milk and a chocolate kiss.
turkey sandwich, applesauce, goldfish, caprisun
For my sons lunch, I pack a sandwich, a fruit, some crackers, and a little something special.
They get food at lunch 🙂
Some fruit and veggies. PB&J (loves them) and some kind of chips/crackers
MY DAUGHTER EATS THE LUNCHES SHE GETS AT SCHOOL.
a sandwich, fruit, and veggie snacks!
they usually buy the school lunches
I don’t have kids but I would like these for myself.
I usually pack a sandwich, veggies, fruit, juice, and cookies.
pbj, crackers, applesauce
I usually pack hummus, celery, yogurt, cheese strings and a sandwich
He likes yogurt, something salty, sweet and a fruit
My grandson likes ham or cheese sandwiches and a piece of fruit.
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I usually pack a sandwich and some fruit.
My kids aren’t old enough for school yet, but I figure a sandwich, some chips, a snack cake and something to drink, like hi-c would be good.
we have a sandwich and fruit and veggies and dip
would love for my grandson